At Boshoff from CRC Church shows us how Pharisees went about ‘Honoring’ God

At BoshoffThe recent invitation to debate sent to Mr. At Boshoff by Dion Knoesen was as a result of the below notice sent out by CRC, to their members and undersigned by Mr. Boshoff.

This notice was dated 16 November 2010 with the Subject: “Honour God”

We wish to state the reason for the intended debate with Mr. Boshoff.  We hope to either persuade Mr. Boshoff to give heed to proper rendering of the Scriptures for his own benefit and also to benefit those who are under his shepherding.

1Ti 4:16    Take heed unto thyself, and unto the doctrine; continue in them: for in doing this thou shalt both save thyself, and them that hear thee.

On the CRC website it s mentioned that Mr. Boshoff studied at “A Bible College” for three years fulltime. Unfortunately no name is given to this Bible College.

In the last paragraph on this webpage the it says the following:

“He has been described as focussed, passionate and fervent in his hunger for the Word of God and explosive in his dynamic teaching of it. His positively dynamic and practical messages are equaled in their refreshing relevancy to their bold authenticity and doctrinal accuracy. “

When looking exegetically into his notice “Honour God” we have to question his “authenticity and doctrinal accuracy.”

For informative purposes the quoted Scriptures by Mr. Boshoff is discussed below in RED

As Paul wrote:

Php 1:9 And this I pray, that your love may abound yet more and more in knowledge and in all judgment;

Php 1:10 That ye may approve things that are excellent; that ye may be sincere and without offence till the day of Christ;


Email sent out from CRC Church to it’s congregation:

 width=From: CRC Christian Church
Sent: 16 November 2010 01:00 PM

Honour God

“Money is the answer to all things.” Ecc 10:19

The two most important books in your life are the Bible and your cheque “book”. The Bible is the revelation of God’s love for us and our cheque book is the revelation of our love for God.

In Joshua 7 we read about the only place where Israel failed when they crossed into the Promised Land. The only place where Israel suffered defeat because they tampered with the gold and silver (the devoted things) that belonged to God.

Your tithe is Holy to God. Lev 27:30. There are two principles that dominate throughout the Old and New Testament: First fruits get given first and; seed time and harvest. It is God’s purpose that should drive us to give.

In Acts 5 we read about Ananias and Sapphira that financially stood in the way of God’s purpose and suffered great calamity. God does not curse you; your actions open your life to either failure or success.

Does Jesus endorse tithing? Of course He does. In both Matt 23:23 and Luke 11:42; Jesus says that tithing should be the most basic thing. When you tithe you shouldn’t even see that 10 percent. It’s God’s. Also we read in Heb 7 that tithing was before the law. It was a part of the Abrahamic covenant that still exists and is fulfilled in Jesus. He tithed to Malchizedek (high priest) 430 years before before Moses came with the law.

Your allegiance, your tithe, should be given to the church where you are planted. Mal 3 speaks about the coming of Jesus and actually the Holy Spirit. In this we see that we should bring the tithe to the “storehouse” which is your church. Give to God what is God’s. It is God who should be honoured first because He is the source of all your income. Matt 22:17-21

We work to build the kingdom of God, we shouldn’t work to meet our own needs. People can frustrate the work of God by withholding resources. Let’s evaluate ourselves and rectify places where maybe we’ve neglected to honour God with our finances. If you start today it is never too late.

This past week-end we saw 470 people giving their lives to Jesus. We are here to possess the Promised Land. Thank you to every one of you for working hard throughout the year and inviting your world to CRC.

We had a fantastic harvest event in Cape Town last week. We saw the entire auditorium filled to the max. Ps. Aidan and Sharon are doing a great work in that city. I believe many good things are still heading our way in Cape Town.

They have begun to lay the foundations for the Pretoria Building Project. We are so excited to see how things come together as we follow the instructions of God. As we are now in the time when we have to pay the contractors large sums of money every month, I urge you to give the money you pledged or whatever extra the Holy Spirit lays on your heart.

If you still want to contribute please e-mail finance[at]crc.org.za

The Kids’ Party is only a week away. Please take part in this as we are going to make the day special for over 15 000 underprivileged children. If you would like to volunteer or make a donation please contact 051-xxx xxxx.

Be Blessed,

At Boshoff


A Critique on how to “Honor God” written by At Boshoff – Critique notes in red

“Money is the answer to all things.” Ecc 10:19 (Undersigned by At Boshoff)

[Note:   It is utterly disappointing to notice that Eccl. 10:19 is cited and interpreted in the way At Boshoff has done so in his notice to the congregation at CRC.

When reading what King Solomon wrote in the book of Ecclesiastes the basic understanding and proper rendering of the Scripture quoted is in fact quite the opposite, as indicated here by Mr. Boshoff.

The passage in context from the first verse (In fact the first chapter of Ecclesiastes) has to do with what the foolish do and the evils resulting from their actions in this world, which also includes verse 10.

Solomon’s message is one of vanity to all that are under the sun, which includes “Money is the answer to all things” What Solomon actually means in writing this is that man’s trust in money which according to man answers all things, is vanity. Their trust and security should be in God and not in money.

It is vanity of fools who rely on their money for all things instead of God.

Psa 62:8  Trust in him at all times; ye people, pour out your heart before him: God is a refuge for us. Selah.

Psa 62:9 Surely men of low degree are vanity, and men of high degree are a lie: to be laid in the balance, they are altogether lighter than vanity.

Psa 62:10  Trust not in oppression, and become not vain in robbery: if riches increase, set not your heart upon them.

Psa 62:11  God hath spoken once; twice have I heard this; that power belongeth unto God.

Mar 10:24  And the disciples were astonished at his words. But Jesus answereth again, and saith unto them, Children, how hard is it for them that trust in riches to enter into the kingdom of God!

1Ti 6:17  Charge them that are rich in this world, that they be not highminded, nor trust in uncertain riches, but in the living God, who giveth us richly all things to enjoy;

1Ti 6:18 That they do good, that they be rich in good works, ready to distribute, willing to communicate;

1Ti 6:19  Laying up in store for themselves a good foundation against the time to come, that they may lay hold on eternal life

Why do so many pastors not put their faith in God but rather exploit the people, after all they are always accusing those who do not have money as being without faith – yet when they need the money they rely on the people instead of their faith??

The Bible does not teach that money should not be used to preach the Gospel and to support brethren (not organisations) in the body of Christ – it is very obvious that mammon should be befriended for this purpose.

But to contort Scripture in this manner shows doctrinal ignorance – hopefully – that rather done so on purpose.]

The two most important books in your life are the Bible and your cheque “book”. The Bible is the revelation of God’s love for us and our cheque book is the revelation of our love for God. (Undersigned by At Boshoff)

[Note:  Where is this revelation in the Bible, that our cheque book is the revelation of our love for God??

The revelation I find is that our love for the Lord Jesus, is to keep His commandments not the love of filthy lucre. Our love is manifested in our obedience to Him, our trust in Him alone not in mammon and riches.

There are only two important books and that is the Bible and having your name written in the Book of Life.]

In Joshua 7 we read about the only place where Israel failed when they crossed into the Promised Land. The only place where Israel suffered defeat because they tampered with the gold and silver (the devoted things) that belonged to God. (Undersigned by At Boshoff)

[Note:  Ouch!!! First of all it was not Israel who “tampered with the gold and silver” but one man named Achan the son of Camri who had stolen some of the spoils of looted booty of Jericho. (This also had nothing to do with his own money, silver or gold or any of his personal belongings which is referred to here Mr. Boshoff in quoting Joshua 7 for gaining money from New Testament congregants.)

Yes, Israel as a corporate entity was punished as result of the theft by Achan, but it had absolutely nothing to do with the personal wealth individuals were given by God, which were then somehow to the interpretation of this part of Scripture withheld from God.

Firstly this was in disobedience to God, because God placed a ban on personal gain from the looted goods.

Secondly theft was the cause of the punishment – taking things not given to you by God.

Thirdly it was the covetousness of Achan that was addressed in the punishment. Covetousness is what God warns us against throughout the Scriptures.

A reminder: The Bible does not teach that money should not be used to preach the Gospel and to support brethren (not organisations) in the body of Christ – it is very obvious that mammon should be befriended for this purpose.

But to contort Scripture in this manner shows doctrinal ignorance – hopefully – that rather done so on purpose.

To be under the shepherding of someone who does not understand context and doctrine or does understand context and twists it out of context, is not promoted by Scripture:

1Ti 4:16  Take heed unto thyself, and unto the doctrine; continue in them: for in doing this thou shalt both save thyself, and them that hear thee.]

Your tithe is Holy to God. Lev 27:30. There are two principles that dominate throughout the Old and New Testament: First fruits get given first and; seed time and harvest. It is God’s purpose that should drive us to give. (Undersigned by At Boshoff)

[Note:  Some more doctrines lacking regarding the tithe very applicable to the Old Testament. Using this one verse for the purpose of tithing is not sufficient and there were many tithing’s applicable not just one. To understand this tithe there were basically 4 types of tithing in the Old Testament ONLY

a) The tithe to the Levites. Deut.14: 27.

The Levites were the “government” of Israel and due to them not having a share in the land allocated to the rest of the tribes, those allocated land were to use of their produce to give to the Levites.

b) The tithe of the Levites to the Zadokites. Neh.10: 38.

Now this is where Malachi is used to place unnecessary burdens on believers today.

First of all, tithings were purely laws given in the Torah or Old Testament. So commanding and condemning people to tithe today by quoting Malachi 10, is basically going back to the Torah or the Law, putting congregants back under the law.

Secondly the Scriptures used below to state that Jesus endorses tithing are totally out of context with regard to tithing and God’s Word in fact it refers to this as works by the Pharisees to justify themselves, something God loathes. In Fact God says woe to them that tithe! – will explain when we discuss these passages.

Thirdly when Malachi 3:10 is read and understood in context it refers to the tithe in a) above, the tithe in Deut 14:27 which was received from the tribes and given to the Levites. The Levites in turn were to skim off a tithe from this tithe (Neh10:38) to give to the priests attending to temple duties. So it was the Levites who were robbing God not the people.

It is interesting when reading the “Works Of Josephus” the Sadducees were the rich of the day who were using the tithes to enrich themselves. Josephus admits to this as he himself was a Sadducee.

Historically it is proven that the Sadducees were extremely rich due to the financial contributions by ordinary people who were forced to pay tribute.

There is no new thing under the son. Today’s Sadducees and Pharisees apply the same rule. The flock enriches them as result of their own rendering and contortions of Scripture.

The clergy were robbing God of tithes not the people, hence the rebuke to them in Malachi 10.

Have any of the Malachi 10 promoters ever read the following to any of their congregations?

Mic 3:10 They build up Zion with blood, and Jerusalem with iniquity.

Mic 3:11  The heads thereof judge for reward, and the priests thereof teach for hire, and the prophets thereof divine for money: yet will they lean upon the LORD, and say, Is not the LORD among us? none evil can come upon us.

Mic 3:12  Therefore shall Zion for your sake be plowed as a field, and Jerusalem shall become heaps, and the mountain of the house as the high places of the forest.

The third type of tithe:

c) The tithe toward the annual Holy Days. Deut. 14: 22 – 26.

3 Times a year the Israelites were to attend Holy Feasts at Jerusalem and for this they needed to set aside a tithe of their harvests etc. If they were too far from Jerusalem they could sell the targeted tithed articles and turn it into money. This they would spend upon themselves and the Levites once they arrive in Jerusalem.

d) The tithe to the less fortunate. Deut.14: 28 – 29.

This is also a tithe to obviously assist the needy in the Old Testament.

Although a tithe in the New Testament is never mentioned in this regard there are many Scriptures which clearly say that the needy ought to be cared for.

When one searches for the word “Tithe” in the New Testament there are  two references one in Matt. 23:23 and the other in Luke 11:42 which notably is quoted by Mr. Boshoff and will be discussed.]

In Acts 5 we read about Ananias and Sapphira that financially stood in the way of God’s purpose and suffered great calamity. God does not curse you; your actions open your life to either failure or success. (Undersigned by At Boshoff)

[Note:  Who is man that he is able to stand in the way of God’s purpose? Is God dependant on man?

Psa 8:3 When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained;

Psa 8:4 What is man, that thou art mindful of him? and the son of man, that thou visitest him?

It is agreeable that one’s actions open you to success or failure, but to use Acts 5 as yardstick for failure and success is totally out of context.

I know of many people struggling financially who humbly adores God and has extreme credence in the Lord Jesus, but who realize that their own actions caused their calamity. Those being poor and suffering financially in this life without rejecting the Lord Jesus who are willing to endure to the end will be first in the Kingdom.

Although there are certain quotations by the MHCC I do not fully agree with the MHCC renders the following understanding with regard to Ananias and Sapphira which I could not have worded better:

The sin of Ananias and Sapphira was, that they were ambitious of being thought eminent disciples, when they were not true disciples. Hypocrites may deny themselves, may forego their worldly advantage in one instance, with a prospect of finding their account in something else. They were covetous of the wealth of the world, and distrustful of God and his providence. They thought they might serve both God and mammon. They thought to deceive the apostles. The Spirit of God in Peter discerned the principle of unbelief reigning in the heart of Ananias. But whatever Satan might suggest, he could not have filled the heart of Ananias with this wickedness had he not been consenting. The falsehood was an attempt to deceive the Spirit of truth, who so manifestly spoke and acted by the apostles. The crime of Ananias was not his retaining part of the price of the land; he might have kept it all, had he pleased; but his endeavouring to impose upon the apostles with an awful lie, from a desire to make a vain show, joined with covetousness. But if we think to put a cheat upon God, we shall put a fatal cheat upon our own souls. How sad to see those relations who should quicken one another to that which is good, hardening one another in that which is evil! And this punishment was in reality mercy to vast numbers. It would cause strict self-examination, prayer, and dread of hypocrisy, covetousness, and vain-glory, and it should still do so. It would prevent the increase of false professors. Let us learn hence how hateful falsehood is to the God of truth, and not only shun a direct lie, but all advantages from the use of doubtful expressions, and double meaning in our speech.]

Does Jesus endorse tithing? Of course He does. In both Matt 23:23 and Luke 11:42; Jesus says that tithing should be the most basic thing. When you tithe you shouldn’t even see that 10 percent. It’s God’s. Also we read in Heb 7 that tithing was before the law. It was a part of the Abrahamic covenant that still exists and is fulfilled in Jesus. He tithed to Malchizedek (high priest) 430 years before before Moses came with the law. (Undersigned by At Boshoff)

[Note:  Is Mr. Boshoff rightfully dividing the Word here?

To understand Matthew 23:23 effectively one needs to read from verse 1!

These were the Words of the Lord Jesus Himself. The Lord Jesus was warning against the Pharisees and rebuked them for putting credence or weight to their tithes. The Lord Jesus says in Matthew 23:23 Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For ye pay tithe of mint and anise and cummin, and have omitted the weightier matters of the law, judgment, mercy, and faith: these ought ye to have done, and not to leave the other undone.

The Lord Jesus most certainly does not say that tithing is the most basic thing in this Scripture. In fact He says woe to those that tithe and ignore the important things that God wants. The Lord Jesus in fact says that it is NOT the most basic thing. He says the “weightier” matters are more basic than the tithe.

Luke 11:42 Again out of context and basically the same rebuke goes out to the Pharisees who promoted and relied on tithing as the basic thing at the time of the Temple in Jerusalem.

I do not find: “Jesus says that tithing should be the most basic thing” What I do find is another rebuke to the Pharisees and Scribes who felt very secure in basic tithing: Luk 11:42 But woe unto you, Pharisees! For ye tithe mint and rue and all manner of herbs, and pass over judgment and the love of God: these ought ye to have done, and not to leave the other undone.

What I have found in CRC when I used to go there was that they were promoting security in tithing, but the more important and weightier matters such as keeping the Lords commandments in our love for Him, I personally never heard in any sermon by Mr. Boshoff.

Is this not precisely why the Lord Jesus in His Word rebukes the Pharisees?

In Matthew 23:23 and Luke 11:42 the focus is more on the “weightier” matters than the tithe.

A very repetitive part of Scripture used by Mr. Boshoff is Hebrews 7

Gen: 14:18: And Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and he was the priest of the highest God.

Gen: 14:19: And he blessed him, and said, Blessed be Abram of the most high God, possessor of heaven and earth:

Gen: 14:20: And blessed be the most high God, which hath delivered thine enemies into thy hand.  And he gave him tithes of all.

This is to “prove” that tithing was established before the time of Moses, the Torah or law and that tithes have to be given to the priest. To find out what the Melchizedek tithe meant one has to not only read this passage, but also read on to verses 22 & 23.

From verse 18 – 20 it is clear that this was not Abraham’s belongings which were tithed, but rather the booty or loot he had gathered from conquering the enemy.

Gen:14:22: And Abram said to the king of Sodom, I have lift up mine hand unto the LORD, the most high God, the possessor of heaven and earth,

Gen: 14:23: That I will not take from a thread even to a shoe latchet, and that I will not take any thing that is thine, lest thou shouldest say, I have made Abram rich:

Although he gave away 10% of the booty, he stated that he did not even want any of it, because it was not his.

It is also interesting to note that this was a ONCE OFF event, which never took place again.

Ninety percent and more of Scripture quoted for the purposes of pleading for tithes are taken out of context today. God says let few be teachers, because those teachers teaching the flock will be held accountable for what they teach.

A reminder: The Bible does not teach that money should not be used to preach the Gospel and to support brethren (not organisations) in the body of Christ – it is very obvious that mammon should be befriended for this purpose.

But to contort Scripture in this manner shows doctrinal ignorance – hopefully – that rather done so on purpose.

James:3:1: My brethren, be not many masters, knowing that we shall receive the greater condemnation.]

Your allegiance, your tithe, should be given to the church where you are planted. Mal 3 speaks about the coming of Jesus and actually the Holy Spirit. In this we see that we should bring the tithe to the “storehouse” which is your church. Give to God what is God’s. It is God who should be honoured first because He is the source of all your income. Matt 22:17-21 (Undersigned by At Boshoff)

[Note:  Reading Mal 10 from verse 1 rather suggests that the audience addressed by God were the priests as already discussed. The “storehouse” is definitely not the New Testament church. The New Testament church is the bride of Christ and not a building built with brick and mortar.]

We work to build the kingdom of God, we shouldn’t work to meet our own needs. People can frustrate the work of God by withholding resources. Let’s evaluate ourselves and rectify places where maybe we’ve neglected to honour God with our finances. If you start today it is never too late.

[Note:  The Lord Jesus calls for heed to doctrine rather than finances and I do hope that Mr. Boshoff would rather be obedient to the Lord in the weightier matters.]

This past week-end we saw 470 people giving their lives to Jesus. We are here to possess the Promised Land. Thank you to every one of you for working hard throughout the year and inviting your world to CRC.

[Note:  Figures do not impress God. One such an example is: Exo 23:2 Thou shalt not follow a multitude to do evil; neither shalt thou speak in a cause to decline after many to wrest judgment:

Mat 22:14 For many are called, but few are chosen.

The quote Mr. Boshoff uses in Matthew 23 was discussed already and to conclude, using this verse as a basis for endorsing tithing is basically in support of what the Pharisees promoted – That Mr. Boshoff is teaching here and to the congregation is absolutely the same what the Pharisees were doing.

What is important however and of grave concern, are the proselytes made by CRC. This is also found in Matthew 23 the chapter in which the verse occurs that Mr. Boshoff uses to preach the diametric opposite to what the Lord Jesus says in this chapter: Mat 23:15  Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye compass sea and land to make one proselyte, and when he is made, ye make him twofold more the child of hell than yourselves.

Mat 23:16  Woe unto you, ye blind guides, which say, Whosoever shall swear by the temple, it is nothing; but whosoever shall swear by the gold of the temple, he is a debtor!

Mat 23:17 Ye fools and blind: for whether is greater, the gold, or the temple that sanctifieth the gold?]

We had a fantastic harvest event in Cape Town last week. We saw the entire auditorium filled to the max. Ps. Aidan and Sharon are doing a great work in that city. I believe many good things are still heading our way in Cape Town.

[Note:  I suppose it is not worth mentioning all those pastors and lay persons who have left CRC and would like to see Mr. Boshoff repent of his ways.]

They have begun to lay the foundations for the Pretoria Building Project. We are so excited to see how things come together as we follow the instructions of God. As we are now in the time when we have to pay the contractors large sums of money every month, I urge you to give the money you pledged or whatever extra the Holy Spirit lays on your heart.

If you still want to contribute please e-mail finance@crc.org.za

The Kids’ Party is only a week away. Please take part in this as we are going
to make the day special for over 15 000 underprivileged children. If you would like to volunteer or make a donation please contact 051-525 2883.

[Note:  It is agreeable that feeding under privileged Children is a very good work, yet the concern remains what these poor children are being fed spiritually when such doctrine as discussed here is being preached.

Hitler once said that if the hearts of the children are won, the next generation will be won.

It is also fact the “Church” of Rome has built a multitude of schools and hospitals and proclaims ex-Cathedra that winning the minds of children before age 7 will ensure that they will be won permanently for the Mother “Church”.  I see the same happening at CRC so feeding children is an outward appearance coaxing them into a greater deception of being taught wrong doctrine

Remember what James wrote; if the correct faith is dead the works mean nothing.

It is the correct doctrine that will ensure the correct faith – this is why the works may be more detrimental to the children in the longer term.]

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Deborah (Discerning the World)

Dear John Vicente

You said “I just immigrated to Coimbra, Portugal. Could someone point me in the right direction for fellowship ?”

I am sorry I can’t help you with this. I am struggling to find fellowship in South Africa, a supposedly Christian country.

John Vicente

Oh my gosh !!! What do I do ?? We were at CRC Bfn but have now learnt this new truth. Got no idea where to fellowship in Coimbra, Portugal..

Deborah (Discerning the World)

Dear John Vicente

Do not despair  :better:

Please read this article by Tom: https://www.discerningtheworld.com/2015/05/25/a-very-lonely-path/

Are you married or do you have a girlfriend or a friend who is Christian? Jesus says: Matthew 18:20 “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.”

John

Dear Deborah,

I am married and have 2 sons. Thanks for all that info and advice. It’s really clear as to how we have to walk this walk.

Riana Louw

Hi there, did you get any feedback from At Boshoff, concerning the letter you sent him? I see this conversations started in 2010, and are still running? Does Chris also have a page to go to? If you guys have any other webpages with the truth, i would like to subscribe to it.
Thank You

Riana Louw

MICHAEL ABDO wrote:

discerning the whole truth regarding not judging in the body of Christ His Bride.

In context of what you said above to help Meg understand is absolutely correct. I do hope others will see the effectiveness of this topic.

It is the teaching of weak Christians which lead to a non-critical attitude. This is a tool and great deception used by Satan to make believers undiscerning hence the apostasy the Bride of Christ becomes victim to in the last days as shown in 1Tim4 and 2 Tim3.
It will be those not discerned with discernment that will easily follow wrong doctrine and ultimately the beast of Rev.13.
These are harsh things to say, but one cannot avoid what is written in the Word of the Lord.
Keep watch as the time draws to a close in the last days more so because in the last days the deception will be of such nature that it is possible for even the elect to be misled.

Most of the Christians have aready fallen prey to the ecumenical concept of synergy. All together under the authority of Rhema, C.Peter Wagner’s NAR, Rick Warren, Buchan, etcetera, etcetera.

We are not all perfect, but our doctrine should be, making us more perfect. Right doctrine will pead to right conduct and holiness is the will of God in our lives.

1Th 4:1 Furthermore then we beseech you, brethren, and exhort you by the Lord Jesus, that as ye have received of us how ye ought to walk and to please God, so ye would abound more and more.
1Th 4:2 For ye know what commandments we gave you by the Lord Jesus.
1Th 4:3 For this is the will of God, even your sanctification, that ye should abstain from fornication:
1Th 4:4 That every one of you should know how to possess his vessel in sanctification and honour;
1Th 4:5 Not in the lust of concupiscence, even as the Gentiles which know not God:
1Th 4:6 That no man go beyond and defraud his brother in any matter: because that the Lord is the avenger of all such, as we also have forewarned you and testified.
1Th 4:7 For God hath n

MICHAEL ABDO wrote:

Hi to all, thanks to all your comments .All the time i thought i was alone.That maybe i was out of line and out of touch with this new modern gospel preaching.What i was reading in the Holy Scriptures just did not correspond with AT,S teachings.
I posted this article on my facebook profile to friends of friends ,knowing that it will reach quite a few crc members.Which it did and i got some serious backlash from guys very close to At and his associates.
SEE same comments from these guys

Hi Michael Anthony,
JJ Jackson commented on your link.
JJ wrote: “One of the reasons many people will never turn to Jesus is because of the internal fighting in Christian circles. People trying to be more righteous when we have it already. Think before you put something so spiteful on facebook; is this helping expand the kingdom, or cause other religions to laugh at us while millions will end up going to hell. ”

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Hi Michael Anthony,
Andre Lombard commented on your link.
Andre wrote: “Who appointed you to become THE CHERIFF of tha Church,send me your appointment letter,rather mind your own business in your own small world you living in…..”

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Hi Michael Anthony,
Leriche Beneke commented on your link.
Leriche wrote: “Slave vir Christus..? O e is n “follower en dissipel van Jesus” en michael my vriend ek weet wat die bybel se van toets als elke ding,spirit,preacher ens. En almal kan n fout maak,die feit en waarheid is,dat mense met jou mentaliteit so gefokus is op ander se foute en op comments soos bogenoemde wat jy van ons pastoor maak,dat jy nie die koningkryk van Jesus bou nie,ek sal voorstel,jy bid eerder vir jy broer AS hy dan n fout gemaak het in die slilte agter jou deure,i.p.v om dit n publieke ding op FB te maak,plaas honor jy hom vir al wat hy al vir God se koningkryk gedoen het,en hoeveel mense se lewens hy al geraak het,ek was my hele lewe lank in kerke,maar nooit n verhouding met God gehad nie,tot ek in Crc gekom het. Maar aan die ander kant michael,as daar nie mense is soos jy wat kritiek gee en die foute SOEK in ons kerk nie,weet ons,ons groei nie,want kritiek en opinies soos joune wys dat ons kerk groei en ons doen goed reg,dis hoe satan kerke aanval,en in die laaste tyd soos jy sal weet in die bybel staan broer sal teen broer draai,so ons verwag optredes soos joune,want ons weet ons lewe in die eindtyd. Ek stel voor jy sit iets op FB wat Christene sterker sal maak en saam sal staan,i.p.v om foute by ander te soek en negatiewe kommentaar te gee. Jesuslove Leriche”

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The sad part is that some of these people have become so blind to the deception and lies of At Boshoff.

Deborah (Discerning the World)

Dear Riana

Nope At Boschoff unfortunately never replied. Chris does not have a page.

A great website for sound biblical truth is The Berean Call

Riana Louw

Thank you!

Bloemfonteiner

Ek wil nou n klip in die bos gooi …..
Ek wonder hoe betrokke die korrupte Vrystaat Regering betrokke was by hierdie “kerk”? Daar is baie keer van die kansel af gespog hoe na aan die Regering die kerk was om sodoende die “Evangelie” te versprei.  :scratch:

Heinrich

Dion wrote:

Hi everyone! Since At Boshoff has thus far not responded to my September 2010 invitation to debate issues around the doctrine he stands for, I bought one of his two books today to study – hopefully to learn something about his doctrine… After having read the 1st two chapters I have discovered that At truly believes what he preaches and that money is the driving force in his life, not God. I so much wish to meet with him to talk about fully submitting to the will of God as opposed to the drivel he believes (ie. God wants to bless you with wealth)and the drivel he preaches. I noted that he is not at all a skilled writer (either that or his copywriter is weak) and that he does not really know how to get his point accross – he repeats the same thing over and over and over without saying anything from a Biblical perspective and when he refers to Scripture he wraps thruth with so much error, it makes me want to cry because nothing contained in the 1st two chapters of his book “Live a YES! life”, refers to being born again like Jesus and the Apostles spoke of. Everything so far suggests that the reader should “come to Jesus who can’t wait to make you rich and bless you with everything you’ve ever wanted…”
At if you truly were interested in preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost and to those who are truly searching, please stop preaching the lies which you so strongly believe – you are mislead and you are misleading many, and for this you are going to be held personally accountable! Please, stop your lies!
If by chance any readers of this Blog know At, please let him know that many thousands are waiting for him to take a stand for his doctrine and that the safest and most balanced platform he could trust in is the public platform to which I am hereby again inviting him to attend. To those who may wish to share their CRC experiences with me, please leave your message here and I shall contact you. My brother in the Lord Chris,will also welcome your information/experiences contributions on all issues CRC.
Greetings.
PS. Hi Deborah, I trust you are well!

Dont be afraid to meet Ps At. He is at Chruch. When you come to get a new life. A changed life He will be available to speak to you afyer his sermon. Then you can talk to him face to face instead of this letter of hate speach.

Deborah (Discerning the World)

Dear Heinrich

I have no intention of speaking to a wolf. The doctrine a person believes and preaches is what determines if a person is born again or not. We don’t judge a person by what a person is like, for instance, by his smile, or so called humbleness, or loving heart.

In the bible a Shepherd carried a staff to help give direction to his flock of sheep. The Shepherd also carried a rod which was a weapon designed to beat away any wolves who infiltrated his flock.

You call this hate speech, I call this Biblical.

Let’s see how the disciples, apostles and other great men of God handled false teachers who went around IN PUBLIC leading others astray. The Apostle Paul names a number of false teachers by name in letters (in today’s age, let’s call it the internet or email) that he sent off to churches to warn them in advance of false teachers who were coming their way – that they may know who they are and AVOID THEM:

2 Timothy 1:15 – Phygellus and Hermogenes
2 Timothy 2:17 – Philetus and Hymenaues
2 Timothy 3:8 – Jannes and Jambres
2 Timothy 4:10 – Demas
2 Timothy 4:14 – Alexander (the coppersmith)

And these 8 people above are just the ones mentioned in the bible, there too was Simon Magus the Sorcerer (Acts 8:9–24) and Peter exposed him in public. I can just imagine how many more false teachers there were that the disciples had to warn the church about.

When Jesus Christ Himself rebuked the Pharisees, He didn’t say, “Look guys I have to do this in private first, so let’s go to your esteemed tabernacle chambers and we can all have tea and scones while I hold your hand and lovingly tell you the Gospel Truth, that you are going to reject anyway.” No He called them vipers to their faces, out loud, in public (Matthew 23:33) and John the Baptist did exactly the same, he condemned the Pharisees and Sadducees as a “brood of vipers” (Matthew 3:7) in public.

The bible is clear, MARK THOSE who preach CONTRARY to the Bible:

Romans 16:17 “Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them.”

I’m interested to know, when The Apostle Paul warned the church of a false teachers, would you hold the Apostle Paul up for hate speech?

Deborah (Discerning the World)

Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it. Matt 7:14.

Christian Revival Church (CRC), led by Pastor At Boshoff, a WOF / prosperity teacher, boasts a church membership of 53,000 across 7 locations.
He offers the typical WOF message, summed up in what I like to call “designer Christianity” where your thoughts and words determine your tomorrow. God is relegated to nothing more than a genie in a bottle waiting to fulfill your dream destiny when you get the formula right.

He is not very familiar with Scripture… but then… neither are his followers.

2Ti 4:3 – 4 For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.
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Thanks to Robbie van Staden for pointing this out.

Robbie

Apostate At is preaching from the satanic ” Law of Attraction” Twisting Scripture “the Secret” way!
How blind must you be?

https://youtu.be/Ed9F38bjLy8

Mel

Hi there

We are currently at CRC Port Elizabeth , for months I have been getting this weird feeling that something is not quite right.
I however have been suppressing it , please could you give me more information Deon.

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